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WildStar was the most promising MMORPG of 2014, then the most disappointing MMORPG of 2014. Now it's (maybe) the most promising MMORPG of 2015?
Microsoft ceases active development on its Project Spark game creation tool.
Twitch's new feature make the livestreaming service more competitive against YouTube's upstart Gaming section.
Plus: Dragon Age Inquisition goes Game of the Year edition, Fallout teaches endurance, and Hitman gets delayed. This is the gaming news for the week of September 21 - 25.
Bummer. Another bummer: Oculus still hasn't revealed pricing or launch day information about its highly anticipated VR headset.
Virtual reality Minecraft is on its way.
Some of the biggest names in PC hardware are onboard the 'Oculus Ready' partner program.
Citing security issues, Microsoft disables Safedisc DRM. But users can make old games work again at their own risk.
TBS will be the first major U.S. cable network to show competitive video games on a regular basis.
One hand occupied? Have a few minutes to kill? These are some great games you can easily play with one hand.
It's the original, not the remake from earlier this year, but hey—free game.
The game that influenced Deus Ex, BioShock, and Half-Life gets a special 21st birthday present: System Shock Enhanced Edition, with updated controls and widescreen.
Land's End will drop you inside of a dreamy, puzzle-filled land much like Monument Valley.
Pico Cassettes mimic the look and feel of handheld gaming cartridges, but are still just a conduit to the App Store.
Linux gaming hits another big milestone, but still lacks the support of several major publishers.